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asked October 12th 2016

wedding cake separators

I generally see wedding cake separators between two tiers and sometimes separators look like 4′-6′ dummies too ..i have two questions how does the top cake gets stable on separators.. like 8′ cake on top with a separator of say 5′ under it how it will be stabilised. and more inquisitive to know when the separator is 3′-4′ tall like dummy..

Secondly when am poking flowers onto the separator will it be done before stacking top tiers or after stacking top tiers both in case of real flowers and sugar flowers.

TIA

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I generally see wedding cake separators between two tiers and sometimes separators look like 4′-6′ dummies too ..i have two questions how does the top cake gets stable on separators.. like 8′ cake on top with a separator of say 5′ under it how it will be stabilised. and more inquisitive to know when the separator is 3′-4′ tall like dummy..

Secondly when am poking flowers onto the separator will it be done before stacking top tiers or after stacking top tiers both in case of real flowers and sugar flowers.

TIA

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Please take a peek at my answer here: http://www.cakeflix.com/questions/adding-depth-to-a-tiered-cake
and also google for more guidance on how to use cake separtators and centre supports. If you are based in the UK, for more ideas take a peek here: http://www.sturdycakestackers.com/

It’s easier to insert flowers into the separators once the cakes are stacked. This gives a better sense of positioning. Hope some of the information helps.

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